After their five-game win streak was snapped with a loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Golden State Warriors will have to quickly turn the page with the second leg of a road back-to-back coming on Monday agains the Detroit Pistons.
Heading into Detroit, the Warriors are coming off a cold shooting perfromance that resulted in a 115-104 loss to the Cavaliers on Sunday evening. Steph Curry stayed hot, scoring 28 points on 8-of-16 shooting from the field with seven made triples. However, it wasn’t enough to slow down Donovan Mitchell and Max Strus in Cleveland.
The Pistons, also on the second-leg of a back-to-back, will welcome the Warriors to town on a four-game losing streak of their own. Sunday’s game will mark James Wiseman’s first game against the Warriors since being traded to the Pistons at the deadline last year.
Before the Warriors meet the Pistons on Monday, here’s everything to know before the game, including how to watch.
How to watch:
Time: 4 p.m. PT
Location: Little Caesars Arena – Detroit, Michigan
Channel: NBC Sports Bay Area
Radio: 95.7 The Game – San Francisco
Stream: fuboTV (Watch for free)
Warriors Projected Starting Lineup
G – Steph Curry – No. 30 – Davidson
G – Klay Thompson – No. 11 – Washington State
F – Draymond Green – No. 23 – Michigan State
F – Andrew Wiggins – No. 22 – Kansas
C – Kevon Looney – No. 5 – UCLA
Pistons Projected Starting Lineup
G – Cade Cunningham – No. 2 – Oklahoma State
G – Killian Hayes – No. 7 – France
F – Ausar Thompson – No. 9 – Overtime Elite
F – Isaiah Stewart – No. 28 – Washington
C – Jalen Duren – No. 0 – Memphis
Draymond Green – Questionable – Left Ankle Soreness
Bojan Bogdanovic – Out- Right Calf; Strain
Alec Burks – Doubtful – Left Forearm; Contusion
Joe Harris – Out – Right Shoulder; Sprain
Jaden Ivey – Questionable – N/A Illness
Monet Morris – Out – Right Quadriceps; Strain